Turkeys are amazing creatures, able to adapt to a number of environments and situations. As these pictures show, not even being impaled by a stick can slow a turkey down. Take that cockroaches!
“Addicted” might have negative connotations in some references, but not when it comes to turkey hunting for 81-year-old Earl Groves. More than 50 years after hearing his first gobble he’s still loving every minute of it and can’t get enough. Read
A Sunday afternoon motorcycle ride to shake off winter’s cabin fever took a serious turn for a Maine rider after he was knocked off his
bike by a wild turkey. Read
The past four days, I’ve watched every morning as a pair of over-anxious toms puff and pirouette in a snowy cow
pasture for a group of about 25 hens. Read
Prolonged deep snow the turkeys can’t scratch through is much worse than cold temperatures. If they can get enough to eat, turkeys can stand extreme cold indefinitely. Read
Turkeys are opportunistic feeders, but this might be taking things to the extreme. We recently received an e-mail from Linda L. Bischoff of Grand Haven, Mich., who said the local turkeys took quite a liking to her back yard in October. Read